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Community Landscape Asset Mapping Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Center for Community Partnerships Jessica Hooberman, MPH

Community Landscape Asset Mapping Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Center for Community Partnerships Jessica Hooberman, MPH

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Page 1: Community Landscape Asset Mapping Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Center for Community Partnerships Jessica Hooberman, MPH

Community Landscape Asset Mapping

Chicago Department of Public HealthChicago Center for

Community PartnershipsJessica Hooberman, MPH

Page 2: Community Landscape Asset Mapping Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Center for Community Partnerships Jessica Hooberman, MPH

Background

• CCCP grew out of citywide planning body– Coalition development– Strategic planning– Capacity building– Local decision-making as opposed to

city level

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Albany Park

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Austin

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Chicago Lawn

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South Chicago

North LawndaleSouth Lawndale

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Community Landscape Asset Mapping(CLAM)

• Used as element of assessment phase of planning process

• Developed in Chicago by Lawndale Health Promotion Project and University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health

• Input from community residents and other stakeholders

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CLAM theory

• Health inequities classified by 4 types of landscapes:– Ecological: air, water, safety – Materialist: presence of resources

such as employment opportunities – Consumption: resources for purchase– Therapeutic: opportunities for

promoting a sense of well-being

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CLAM methodology

• 3 surveys to capture the 4 landscapes– Looking Around (census block level)

• Vacant lots, parks, police, gang tags, schools, beauty shops, etc.

– Grocery Shopping• Variety of fresh produce, meats, quality of

foods, presence of tobacco and alcohol, etc.

– Eating Out• Menu options, quality, cleanliness, cost, etc.

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CLAM methodology

• Conducted in all five communities• Coalition members adapt as

appropriate• Residents hired and trained• CDPH analyzes data• Coalitions use results to help

identify strategic issues

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Results

Healthy Chicago Lawn example

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43 food stores

70% sell tobacco products

37% sell fresh produce

Majority with fresh produce are located in northern half of community

20% of the population must travel ½ mile or more to get to the nearest food store with produce

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Innovative projects

• Grocery store initiative– Locally and citywide

• Information sharing• More informed decision-making• Targeted interventions